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Baroque Music Collections

Arrangements by Deborah Greenblatt

Baroque Tunes for Two (Options: violin, viola, cello, bass, mandolin, soprano recorder, or alto recorder duet books.)
A collection of 27 dance tunes composed between 1600 and 1750 from Belgium, England, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Prussia, and Sweden. Well known composers are included (Bach, Handel, Telemann), as well as some surprises (Fasch, Gambarini, Roman).

Baroque Trios for Strings
Many of these 20 arrangements were composed for specific occasions, so you will have the opportunity to match these pieces with your own celebratory needs.

O’Carolan Fiddle Tunes for Two
32 Irish melodies composed by the great blind 17th century Irish harpist and poet, Turlough O’Carolan.

Playford English Country Dance Tunes for Two (Duet Book Options: violin, viola, cello, bass, mandolin, soprano recorder, alto recorder.)
37 tunes selected from John Playford’s “The English Dancing Master” (1651).

Quantz Duets
Build a duet with each part in the clef that each musician prefers by selecting from ten individual part books in this collection of late baroque gems by German composer Johann Joachim Quantz.

Telemann’s Fantasias
G. P. Telemann composed 12 Fantasias for Violin, and 12 Fantasias for Flute. This collection includes all 24 of these pieces arranged for solo violin or viola.

Telemann Recorder Quartet Collection
Arrangements of Georg Philipp Telemann tunes for soprano, alto, tenor, and bass recorders.

Telemann Sonatas for Two
This collection features eight melodious works. The first six are canons, and are a bit easier than the other two sonatas in this collection.

The Water Music by George Frideric Handel, (arranged for string quartet)
Handel composed this music for King George I’s barge party on the Thames River.



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